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In an interview with Shade 45’s All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear, Yelawolf expressed some displeasure with the way Shady and Interscope (the labels he is signed to) are handling things so far. Although he did say he has “love for Shady Records,” the Alabama bred rapper hailing told the DJs he does not see eye to eye with the way they marketed his first album Radioactive and plans on releasing The Heart of Dixie, a new mixtape project with all original music, as way to let out some frustrations.

Yelawolf also announced that his sophmore album Love Story  has been delayed due to a ruptured spleen he sustained during a stage dive during a performance. Look for the album to drop sometime in 2013.

Listen to the interview below.


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